Top Cities in Quebec

Pocket Guide: Quebec

The predominantly French-speaking province of Quebec is one of Canada’s largest. It’s a vibrant melting pot of cultural influences back-dropped by Victorian architecture and stunning scenery. Home to both Montreal and Quebec, two of the country’s most historic and interesting cities, it’s also Canada’s food capital, combining influences from around the world to produce a huge choice of exceptional restaurants. Quebec’s Francophone culture sets it apart in North America, with its European feel and cultural charm making it a truly unique destination to book a hotel in.

Top Quebec Hotel Locations

Outaouais - This mountainous region is covered with forests, offering a great range of outdoor activities to try. The region’s capital, Gatineau, is also home to a fine selection of museums.

Quebec City - The capital of the province and one of the most historic cities in North America. Quebec City’s charm centres around the Old Town, with its European feel and cobbled maze of streets, bars and gorgeous hotels.

Montreal and the Southwest - The main cultural capital, Montreal is a thriving city with an incredible reputation for food. In fact, there are more restaurants here per capita than in any other city in North America.

Saguenay Lac St. Jean - Situated on the east coast of Canada, it’s one of the most distinctive regions in the province, it has its own unique accent, culture and a vast mountain range to explore.

The Southeast - The rugged coastline south of the St Lawrence River is characterised by small villages hugging the cliffs, with Gaspé being particularly beautiful.

How to Make the Most of Your Hotel in Quebec

If history had taken a different turn and North America had been a French colony New York would probably have looked exactly like Quebec. Elegant cobbled old towns and architecture with a distinct European flavour makes the province really stand out. The cities of Quebec and Montreal are renowned for their food and love of a party. Where else on the planet would celebrate a winter this harsh with one of the world’s biggest carnivals? Visit top museums and cultural attractions, or make the most of the stunning natural world with vast mountain ranges and rugged coastlines.

Go skiing at Mont Tremblant, one of the continent’s oldest skiing resorts, take in the International Jazz Festival in Montreal or experience French-Canadian culture in the provincial capital Quebec City. This is one of the most unique regions in North America and one that’s renowned for its food, with some of the best restaurants in the world nestled in the old towns of Montreal and Quebec City. Go whale watching along the coast, or visit in the summer to make the most of national parks and pristine environments, Quebec is a province that ticks a lot of boxes.